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Sauk/Roxbury Knights of Columbus cancelling Easter Egg Hunt

The Knights of Columbus from Sauk City/Roxbury has cancelled their annual Easter Egg Hunt that is typically held at St Norbert’s in Roxbury on Holy Saturday.

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Apr

Black Earth Historical Society

In addition to owning and maintaining the headquarters and archive at 1022 Blue Mounds Street in downtown Black Earth, the Black Earth Historical Society owns and operates a nearby museum in the colorfully restored depot on Mills Street at the railroad tracks. 

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Apr

Arena News

by Mariah and Cheryl Schmidt

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02
Apr

NWDSS

NWDSS is continuing to deliver meals and has seen a slight increase as some of the regular congregate folks are getting home delivered. It has educated all volunteers and sent them with a letter stating they are an essential volunteer for vulnerable older adults needing food.

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02
Apr

A message from the Black Earth Chamber of Commerce

Dear Chamber Members and Community,

We are living through a very difficult time right now as our country struggles to contain the COVID-19 virus. The most important things for us to do currently are stay healthy and understand the public orders, closures, accessibility to accurate information and other directives.

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02
Apr

My Neighbor In Need

My Neighbor In Need has a website along with this news article, which connects those who have a need with those who wish to fulfill this need.

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02
Apr

Marty (Martin) Perry is the SP Optimist student of the month


Marty (Martin) Perry, son of Craig and Pamela Perry, was nominated by Sauk Prairie High School teacher Ryan Mussack as the February Optimist SPHS Student of the Month. Mr. Mussack had this to say about why he nominated Perry, “Marty Perry is one of the hardest working students in this school. His devotion to the fine arts including: Marching Band, Theater, Show Band/Choir, and Forensics is almost unprecedented in our school. This is a kid who puts in many hours before and after school to not only hone his own skills, but to help to create a chance for others to perform. In addition to his school success, Marty has decided to serve his community and begin training to become a Volunteer firefighter.” Marty is also on the Sauk Prairie Theatre Guild Board, is currently acting in and directing some of SPTG’s Spring comedies and will be directing SPTG’s summer teen play. Pictured: Sauk Prairie High School Assistant Principal Shane Been, Marty Perry, Optimist SPHS February Student of the Month Marty Perry, and Craig Perry, Marty’s father, on March 11.

Marty (Martin) Perry, son of Craig and Pamela Perry, was nominated by Sauk Prairie High School teacher Ryan Mussack as the February Optimist SPHS Student of the Month. Mr. Mussack had this to say about why he nominated Perry, “Marty Perry is one of the hardest working students in this school.

Thu
02
Apr

Offerings from River Arts

This is a trying time for the human population across the entire globe. Our arts community has always played a role of inspiration, upliftment, perspective, and meaning. Yet we find ourselves in deeply uncertain times, and the work that we produce on the world’s stages is temporarily in jeopardy.

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02
Apr

Sauk City celebrates Wyttenbach Meats with Bologna Day


March 7 was deemed a day to celebrate Wyttenbach Meats’ Sauk City bologna. Pictured here, Sauk City elected officials try some out at a meeting.

March 7 was deemed a day to celebrate Wyttenbach Meats’ Sauk City bologna. Pictured here, Sauk City elected officials try some out at a meeting.

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02
Apr

Government ‘transparency’


Sue Dietzen, village of Mazomanie clerk and treasurer, waves from inside the village hall last week. Local governments are tyaking measures to ensure essential employees doing get sick. In Dietzen’s case, the village is protecting her from getting infected by the public. Photo by Joe Block

Sue Dietzen, village of Mazomanie clerk and treasurer, waves from inside the village hall last week. Local governments are taking measures to ensure essential employees doing get sick. In Dietzen’s case, the village is protecting her from getting infected by the public.

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